Jul272010
 

While the devaluation of images produced through modern digital photography is making it harder and harder to earn a living as a professional photographer it seems people still value the work of great photographers of the past.

Some old glass negatives by Ansel Adams, the legendary American photographer best known for producing stunning landscapes, inventing the zone metering system and founding the f64 club have turned up in garage sale. They were thought to have been destroyed in a fire along with 5000 others back in 1937 their current estimated value $200 Million

I wonder just how many images of today’s nationally and internationally published will stand the test of time and be considered truly outstanding in 70 years time.

Full Story at CNN

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